In the June issue of our monthly flagship publication, we feature:On the Record by Chief Investment Officer Tony Roth, where he answers important questions relating to the strength and the length of the U.S. economic bounce as well as the anticipated global upswing and the team’s rationale for a portfolio positioning shift within equities.
May 26—The infrastructure package, which currently comes with a $1.7 trillion price tag, seeks to deliver new roads and bridges and expands clean energy initiatives. While President Biden is working toward a deal, a broad sweep of complex economic issues has yet to be worked out. To dimension the implications and likely outcome of this initiative, Chief Investment Officer Tony Roth turns to Professor Rick Geddes, director of Cornell University’s Program in Infrastructure Policy.
May 12—With each challenge comes the opportunity to reevaluate and do better. This was supremely evident in 2020, as the pandemic brought about a sea change in the way business is done. At Wilmington Trust/M&T Bank, for example, sweeping advances in technology that were in the works before COVID were brought to bear at breakneck speed.
In the May issue of our monthly flagship publication, we feature:On the Record by Chief Investment Officer Tony Roth, where he explains why we remain overweight equities and the significance of an expected market correction. He also reveals our expectations for the economic trajectory and the importance of staying invested and calm to help potentially reap rewards down the road.
April 28—Cable vs. streaming: Who will survive or even thrive? In our latest episode we explore rapidly changing tastes and how viewers are choosing to consume content from an ever-increasing supply of providers—as well as what it means for earnings of broadcast television and cable companies. Chief Investment Officer Tony Roth welcomes media and entertainment equity analyst Neil Macker from the investment research firm Morningstar to discuss what’s in store for these industries.